英文解释： adjective: easily persuaded
例句： Even though she did not like the outdoors, Shirley was generally amenable and so her brother was able to persuade her to go camping.
英文解释： adjective: friendly
例句： Amy’s name was very apt: she was so amiable that she was twice voted class president.
英文解释： adverb: in a frenzied or uncontrolled state
例句： Wherever the bowl haircut teen-idol went, his legions of screaming fans ran through the streets amok, hoping for a glance at his boyish face.
英文解释： adjective: shapeless
例句： His study plan for the GRE was at best amorphous; he would do questions from random pages in any one of seven test prep books.
英文解释： adverb: more than is adequate
例句： The boat was amply supplied for its year at sea—no man would go hungry or thirst.
英文解释： noun: something that is inappropriate for the given time period (usually something old).
例句： Dressed in 15th century clothing each day, Edward was a walking anachronism.
英文解释： adjective: similar in some respects but otherwise different
例句： In many ways, the Internet's transformative effect on society has been analogous to that of the printing press.
英文解释： noun: a detested person; the source of somebody's hate
例句： Hundreds of years ago, Galileo was anathema to the church; today the church is anathema to some on the left side of the political spectrum.
英文解释： adjective: lacking energy and vigor
例句： After three straight shows, the lead actress gave an anemic performance the fourth night, barely speaking loudly enough for those in the back rows to hear.
英文解释： noun: intense hostility
例句： The governor’s animosity toward his rival was only inflamed when the latter spread false lies regarding the governor’s first term.